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alexander his life? and why jodi arias suddenly became a killer. i'm randi kaye. thanks for watching. good night. >>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon. we're going to get to the stories you're talking about in just a moment. first, let's get you up to speed on the day's headlines. >>> this beach house in massachusetts is trashed. several others on the same beach trashed as well. they have to be demolished now. a strong winter storm beat up plum island again this weekend where residents have been fighting a losing battle against erosion. >>> two separate suicide bombings killed 18 people in afghanistan today just hours after chuck hagel touched down on his first overseas trip as defense secretary. taliban militants are claiming responsibility for the first which struck outside the defense ministry in kabul. shortly after, another suicide bomber attacked a checkpoint south of kabul. >>> your next trip to washington won't include a stop inside pennsylvania avenue's most famous residence, at least not right now. the white house announced it's ending all public tours beginning today to help save
belt. victims' families have still being notified. >>> jurors in the jodi arias murder trial have a lot of questions for her, including this one. why should we believe you now? find out what else the jury has been asking her. >>> and fans are shocked and devastated after actress valerie harper reveals her terminal cancer diagnosis. i'm talking to a doctor about her brave fight. >> announcer: did you know there are secret black market websites around the world that sell stolen identities? >> 30-year-old american man, excellent credit rating. >> announcer: lifelock monitors thousands of these sites 24 hours a day. and if we discover any of our members' data for sale, lifelock is there with the most comprehensive identity theft protection available. [♪...] [squealing, crash] call 1-800-lifelock or go to lifelock.com today. this is sabra hummus, a guide to good dipping. carrots...yes. chicken wings...uh ha, sure. chips...craveable. celery...this is fun. okay i love it, i love it. chicken nuggets... what's going on? pita chips...delicious. sabra hummus: dip life to the fullest. >>> murder
capital murder trial of jodi arias taking a weird turn this week when the jury is allowed to ask their own questions of the 32-year-old woman accused of murder facing the death penalty for the savage crime for the murder of her boyfriend after a day it of raunchy sex. before we ask gloria ail led and station in, it is clear the jury has serious problems with the testimony they have been hearing for the last three weeks. >> how is it that you you remember so many of your is sexual encounters including your ex-boyfriends but you do not remember stabbing travis and dragging his body? >> geraldo: like the rest of the world the jury questioned the highly selective memory of the accused. sex no problem, jodi remembers everything. but the details of the homicide itself, not so much. >> as far as what happened on june 4 i don't know how the mind works necessarily but i know that was the most traumatic experience of my life. >> geraldo: she testifies she did remember what her allegedly abusive boyfriend was doing to her at the time she killed him. >> it started where travis was in the shower are. i
caused travis alexander his life? and why jodi arias suddenly became a killer. i'm randi kaye. thanks for watching. good night. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com since this time. >> thp >> the new yop visi florida. sshe wap she was lashe was sunrise. >> anythi>> anything in >p pocker pockets of areas. nobonobody foun nobody found a months. >>>> i when p >> i when i . the stories didn't jive. when that happens, it bodes ill. stefa was a brilliant young girl, 22, just graduated from john jay college in new york. had travelled down to the miami, to be with her sister for her birthday. a celebration, it was a holiday. and she had monday off, she was going to use that to be with her sister. she was excited. she had just gotten out of school. planning to go forward to law school. such a bright future ahead of her. >> getting up the first thing i do is think about her. >> a beautiful 22-year-old. graduating with honors. she wanted to go on to law school. she wanted to be an immigration lawyer, perhaps a criminal lawyer. really, a bright, young girl. had her entire life ahead of her. then
testimony it is obvious jody arias tried to create a scenario by creating her story of a victim with a sexual deviant prone to violence. is the jury selecting this? >> is it stress that makes her that way. >> what factors influence? >> usually when men are dreaming at me or grilling me. >> the jurially skepticism is there. >> would you consider the event when vav sris spoke to you a event. >> it is not really clear he had a had his hands around my neck and. >> why did she block out other memories why are so many clear? >> you were talking about memory loss how is it possible you remember such details from those days if you had a foggy memory? >> in certain incidents such as the physical fine is krpain is criticalized in -- crystallizen my mind. there are journal entries that i made and help me remember i did this before i went to travis' house? in the end they see the why were you told she the lies i have told in this case can be tied directly back to either protecting travis' reputation or my involvement in his death in any way. i was very ashamed. >> gloria allred and prosecu
, prosecutors are plans to question jodi arias tomorrow. she answered more than 150 written questions from jurors. the 32-year-old admits to killing her boyfriend travis alexander in 2008. she says it was in self-defense. >>> light now a team of 26 bicyclists are making their way from noewtown, connecticut, to washington, d.c. they left saturday. the team which includes parents, teachers, and a newtown police officer, will end their ride at the u.s. capitol. the sandy hook ride as it's being called is aimed at raising awareness about gun violence in this country. >>> and the world waits for tuesday's conclaves when cardinals from all over the world pick the next pope, many of those cardinals were leading sunday masses in rome today, some praying for guidance ahead. claudio is in rome right now lr hello, craig. it's one of the most secretive if not the most. they swear to their secrecsecre. nay are sweeping the sistine chapel where the election is taking place and the residence where they'll be sleeping overnight for bugs and recording devices. they're also jamming the signals around those
. here are the five stories trending at this hour. countdown to a daunting trask. jodi arias final plea to jury. first of the kind sugarry crackdown. we'll have details on the stories throughout the hour. first -- >>> you are officials in afghanistan say a security threat forced the cancellation of today's joint. it came after two suicide bombings killed 19 people including a blast that set off outside that taliban officials claim was meant as a warning to hagel. karzai is accusing the us of working with talibans. we are going to ask a member of congress about this latest development. let's go to politics today to president obama's charm offensive as the sequester bleeds into the second week. tom coburn of oklahoma is sharing details about the meeting with him and other republicans wednesday giving this assessment. >> i'm welcoming with open arms, i think the president's tremendously sincere. i don't think it's a political change in tactic. i think he would like to solve the problems of the country. it would be to his benefit if he did that. itis time to start leading. the way to do tha
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